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    Nice to see some actual flesh without the armour. Not sure the shoulder is working quite yet - I'll leave you to figure it out.


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    Black Spot: Thanks. I definately need to ref how that part functions. It all seems rather rigid now.

    Blegh, head studies.

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    These look great! To be honest, I'm absolutely rubbish with perspective so these are quite boosting!

    I like how in the top one you had a 'break' in the 'line' as it were, i.e the pipe running along being burst, so it didn't copy the perspective line completely. Seems to make it a point of interest (Not sure the broken piece on the floor would be big enough to be the missing piece though, with it being so close to the viewer and smaller than the main pipe... I'm assuming that was the intention anyway lol)

    (EDIT Damnit I did it again, I'm replying to page 1 didn't realise there were 9 pages!! Never mind this TT_TT Sorry..)
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    The kids heads turned out best. Maybe you should draw a few - fiendishly hard to get them to sit still.

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    Hi!!! I agree with Black Spot, It is nice to see some skin. But I always love to see your armors, they're a really hard thing for me to draw!! Great new stuff!

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    Thank you!
    AjaxDynamoDroid: Thanks dude.
    Black Spot: Aye I have to do a portrait for a friend, will be good practice I think. The baby heads feel easier to draw. they've got so much soft forms.
    GoGoJojo: Thanks! Here's one for you then.

    Cheers!

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    huzzah!
    A new dude. I have the attention span of a child so I seem to get very little finished. Also, this guy's arm is like a wrenched sausage.

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    Wrenched sausage? That just sounds like an embarrassing trip to the doctors office .
    This guy's face is awesome! Now you just have to finish it And I'm glad you like your cookie!

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    very nice mate!!!thnx for the artists info.Their works look great. The biohazard work looks great and i like how you keeped up and polished it.The sketches are improved.You are doing very good mate, so keep up working on whatever way you want

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    GoGoJojo: You made it sound even nastier. The cookie was delicious and filling, yes.
    kingkostas: Nice to hear from you mate. Yeah they are some really skilled dudes! Thank you for your interest and kind words.
    I'm scrubbin' it! I'll bring it some more contrast later on. I am also worried about my tablet dying out soon, it's been coughing up really bad lately...
    Thanks for looking.
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    I made him a bit less menacing.
    Good or bad?

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    Looking good. Interesting face, but why is he bare footed?

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    Really nice improvement inspirational stuff here man, keep it goin!

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    Black Spot: Thanks. I guess studying will slowly give result. Him being bare foot was a strange idea I know, but I want to give him a bit of a feral look to go with all the techy bits. I dunno haha.
    ColorExcursion: Thanks for stopping by, I'll be sure to do the same!

    Here is something. I actually haven't had the time to doodle my army mates in the whole six months I've been here. Either I am too tired or everyone is out on assignments. One of my mates did make a doodle on my tablet while I wasn't watching, so I made the most out of it. I also gave some more work for the gun chick.

    Thanks for looking.

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